Just a few weeks ago, legendary quarterback Tom Brady announced his retirement from the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
Many have felt that this time it will be permanent, but we have been here before, as he retired a year ago, only to come out of that “retirement” just weeks later.
On Monday, Rich Eisen reported that perhaps Brady will unretire again and to keep an eye on the Miami Dolphins if Brady does indeed decide to come back.
Will the GOAT return?
On The Rich Eisen Show, @richeisen said he heard from a couple of people that, “Tom Brady may not be done after all.”
He added, “And the one place that folks are saying keep an eye out for is Miami.” 👀 pic.twitter.com/oPz4eFHhUq
— Bussin' With The Boys (@BussinWTB) March 7, 2023
Brady seemingly has nothing left to prove, as he has seven Super Bowl championships and three MVPs to his name, as well as the consensus acknowledgment that he is the greatest player in NFL history.
But it is hard for great competitors to stay retired for long; just look at Brett Favre back in the day.
If Brady does decide that he wants to return to the gridiron, the Dolphins could very well have a spot open for him.
Their QB1, Tua Tagovailoa, suffered multiple concussions during the 2022 season, and although it was a breakout campaign for him, his health is a major concern moving forward.
Some have suggested he should retire out of an abundance of caution, but he doesn’t seem to even be remotely considering doing so.
Brady would give the Dolphins a signal-caller with an immense presence and stature they haven’t enjoyed since the days of Dan Marino in the 1990s.
With weapons such as wide receivers Tyreek Hill and Jaylen Waddle, perhaps Brady would make Miami into at least a dark-horse Super Bowl contender.NEXT: The Saints Now Lead An Important NFC South Measure